Get your Mental Health Month Toolkit
Since 1949, May is recognized as Mental Health Month, thanks to efforts spearheaded by Mental Health America. In preparation for this year’s Mental Health Month, MHA has released its 2016 Mental Health Toolkit for download. It includes things like:
- Media Materials including key messages, drop-in article, sample press release, and MHM Sample Proclamation
- Infographic Fact Sheets that incorporate plain language explanations of diagnostic criteria for mental illnesses, first person accounts about how it feels, a breakdown of common myths and misperceptions, screening data from mhascreening.org and coping skills on the topics of Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Psychosis and Recovery
- Worksheets that individuals can use to make a mental health plan to help them work through symptoms and challenge intrusive thoughts
- Social media materials including sample posts and images
- Banner images for your website or Facebook and Twitter accounts
- Mental Health tips for each day of the month
Download your toolkit here.
Dana joined the iCarol team in 2013 after 12 years of direct service and administrative duties at a blended 2-1-1/crisis intervention/suicide prevention center. As the Communications and Social Media Manager at iCarol, you’ll find her presenting Webinars, Tweeting, Blogging, Facebooking, and producing other materials that aid helplines in their work.